I was born in NSW, Australia before moving interstate to Queensland at age 18.
My first time acting was playing a ‘Centurion’ on “Roar” and also an ‘Orderly’ on “Medivac” while modeling in the late 90’s. I then started doing theatre in 2000 at the Noosa Arts Theatre as ‘Jigger Craigin’ in the musical “Carousel”. It made me realise how much I loved acting, so I continued doing more theatre productions on the Sunshine Coast over the next few years.
In 2003 I decided to move to Brisbane after scoring the lead role of Jedi ‘Merve Bushwacker’ in my first film “Star Wars Downunder”. Then in 2004 I landed the role of the Chamberlain’s good friend and solicitor ‘Stuart Tipple’ in the TV mini-series “Through My Eyes”.
After that, I did a few projects here and there, but I was unable to commit to my acting as much as I would have liked to.
Then in 2013 while watching the premiere of “Star Wars Downunder”, it hit me. I realised that my true passion was being an actor and how much I had missed it.
Since that day I have done numerous short films, TVC’s etc and also played ‘Dave’ in the TV movie “Schapelle”.
I have never felt more ready to be an actor as I do now, and I am looking forward to what lies ahead with my acting career.